Definition of Checkable

1. Adjective. Able to be checked or verified. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Checkable

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Checkable

check off
check out
check over
check overdraft credit
check rail
check rails
check register
check scale
check side
check sides
check stub
check up
check up on
check weigher
checkability
checkable (current term)
checkage
checkages
checkback
checkbite
checkbook
checkbook journalism
checkbooks
checkbox
checkboxes
checked
checked build
checked in
checked out
checked over

Literary usage of Checkable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Purchasing Power of Money : Its Determination and Relation to Credit by Irving Fisher, Harry Gunnison Brown (1911)
"In their valuable special Report asof April 28,1909, constructed through the Comptroller of the Currency, the checkable deposits are given as 6.94 ..."

2. The Purchasing Power of Money: its determination and relation to credit by Irving Fisher, Harry Gunnison Brown (1912)
"In their valuable special Report as of April 28,1909, constructed through the Comptroller of the Currency, the checkable deposits are given as 6.94 ..."

3. Bank Profitability: Methodological Country Notes by Oecd, Organization for Economic Cooperation An (2003)
"Commercial banks make a variety of business, real estate, and personal loans, financed mainly by time, savings, and demand and other checkable deposits. ..."

4. Under the Sky in California by Charles Francis Saunders (1913)
"This also was checkable as baggage. It is advisable to divide your luggage into numerous small packages rather than to have it consist of one or more bulky ..."

5. War Borrowing: A Study of Treasury Certificates of Indebtedness of the by Jacob Harry Hollander (1919)
"The accompaniment of certificate absorption was thus a reduction in the volume of commercial discounts and of checkable deposits, substantial in amount but ..."

6. Field Quartermaster's Handbook: Complete from a Company to a Division by Frank Hall Lawton, J. C. McArthur, Dempsey W. A. (1917)
"checkable baggage not exceeding 150 pounds per passenger is carried froe by the railroads, and therefore the weight should nol'be included with weight of ..."

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